starts your day with news, sport, weather and travel available to all viewers whether or not they have teletext sets.
with Frank Bough and Guy Michelmore Timetable:
National and international news on the hour and the half hour with Sue Carpenter
The weather forecast from
Francis Wilson at 6.55,
7.25, 7.55,8.25, 8.55
News, weather and travel around the country at
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Including this morning:
Steve Blacknell 's pop gossip at 7.32, and some extra snap and crackle after the news at 9.0
Dudley smothers Snidely with more brotherly love than he can take.
Silas has run away from the circus because Philip, the owner, tried to force him to become the youngest sword swallower in the world. When Silas wins a horse, a farmer tries to steal it.
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Presented by John Craven from the stage of the Radio 1 Roadshow at Pwllheli. With Bruno Brookes and Roger Finn
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A cartoon adventure in 12 parts, to be seen every day this week.
1: Bullwinkle's Bunion (R)
just switch off your television set and go out and do something less boring instead?
The Cardiff gang kick off with a gangful of games, puzzles, tricks, 'makes' and more hilarious jokes.
Producer DAVID J. EVANS
Series producer PETER CHARLTON (R)
2: Bullwinkle, a Prisoner (R)
If you could travel, fast or slow
What would you ride? How would you go?
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Carol Chell
Story: The Runaway Tram by PEGGY BLAKELY and KOTA TANIUCHI
Director ALISON STEWART
with Richard Whitmore and Sue Carpenter
News Headlines with subtitles
A See-Saw programme
Getting a registered letter to some campers on holiday in Greendale presents a problem to Pat. But Miss Hubbard comes along to the rescue while Pat has to hold on tight.
Written by John Cunliffe. (R)
Narration and vocals:
Designed and directed by:
Information for the hearing-impaired on Ceefax pages [number removed]
with Catherine Cookson
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A cartoon series set in Rome in the year AD 25.
When in Rome ... don't do as the Holidays do! For the Holidays have a peculiar knack of attracting trouble. Hectic Holiday
Gus takes his family on a free vacation but it ends up costing him almost everything he owns ... A HANNA BARBERA production
Heidi is so used to the mountains that she finds living in Frankfurt rather difficult. Only Klara, the crippled child, seems to like her. (R)
(For cast see page 51)
A selection from the first two years of the popular
American series about the place where dreams of 'making it' can come true. Starring
A teachers' strike spells disaster for a contemporary student production of Othello and the shock waves awaken a new-found togetherness between the strikers ... and the struck. Written by DANNY JACOBSON and BARRY VIGON Directed by THOMAS CARTER (R)
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey followed by Weather News
Linda Mitchell and Caroline Righton bring you all tonight's headlines from London and the south east, plus the interviews that will make tomorrow's talking points. The London Plus reporters are with the people making the news.
Plus all the day's sport from MICHAEL WALE
Producer JANE DRABBLE Editor PHILIP HARDING
More merry banter from
Terry and his guests live from the Television Theatre amid the holts and thickets of Shepherd's Bush Green , echoing with the song of dove and linnet.
The quintessential sex-and-drugs-and-rock 'n' roll year. The news - man steps on to the moon, the Stones play in Hyde Park and release butterflies for Brian, there is love in the air at Woodstock and the Isle of Wight.
But from Chappaquiddick to Cielo Drive the dream begins to unravel, and at Altamont it dies.
The music -
Dusty Springfield The Hollies The Who
Videotape editor MARK LAWRENCE
Research SUE GAGAN. RORY SHEEHAN Producer ANN FREER
Featuring, among many others, Sidney James , Hattie Jacques , Kenneth Williams , Joan Sims , June Whitfield , Frankie Howerd ,
Charles Hawtrey , Kenneth Connor , Bernard Bresslaw ,
Terry Scott , Jim Dale and Joan Hickson.
Produced by PETER ROGERS
Directed by GERALD THOMAS (R)
by RICHARD COTTAN and BOB GOODY
Alan and Keith are moving fast. They're taking over the world and casting fierce eyes at The Sun. Only one thing will save old Arch, The Sun and their new home in the offie - business - so Cage,
Moon and Nancy arrange a darts match. The opponents are familiar and so is the prize.
The End of the World Featuring with SoundGRAHAM WILKINSON
Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Studio director SUSAN BELBIN Producer JOHN KILBY
with Julia Somerville and John Humphrys
Regional News; Weather News
by GARETH JONES
The first of a five-part serial based on an idea by VICTORIA HINE
Viv Sharpe hurtles down the motorway, kids in tow, towards the Bristol she used to call home. Not only has
Bristol changed, but Viv finds no one wants to know her and there's nowhere to go. Is this the start of Viv the vagrant? Or can she keep fighting back?
Incidental music PAUL JONES Script editor BETH PORTER Lighting DICK BENTLEY Designer ROB HINDS Producer CHRIS PARR DirectorPAUL SEED BBC Pebble Mill
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From the distinctive Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, David Jacobs is your host and Charles Nove the commentator as NORTHERN IRELAND dance against the NORTH WEST. World Latin Champions
Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather team up with Andy Ross in tribute to one of Britain's best-loved dance-band leaders - Joe Loss. Arranged by ERIC D. MORLEY Sound ALAN FOX
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER
Designer STEPHEN SHARRATT Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
Jimmy Perry presents another bill of variety acts of the 1930s and 40s including JACK HYLTON 'S BAND, WILSON
KEPPEL AND BETTY, SAM MAYO , and RAWICZ AND LANDAUER Written by JIMMY PERRY Producer DON SAYER (R)
Call Me Grandma
As Rhoda doesn't oblige by producing a longed-for grandchild, Ida turns her attention to Brenda who is not yet married. A small point which does nothing to daunt her formidable mother. Written by CHARLOTTE BROWN Directed by HOWARD STORM